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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Mark Foster
Mark Foster's favorite hit songs are the ones written without thought given to eventual chart potential. So when it came time for him to pen the smash follow-up to his band Foster the People's unexpected out-of-left-field 2011 hit "Pumped Up Kicks," he didn't even bother to try.
The guys in Foster the People know something about contrasts.
"We played shows on the outskirts of the city at like a weird garage, like a graveyard for mechanical errors," Foster said.
"This is kind of where we got discovered, and that was our first trip as a band - leaving the state, getting a van," singer Mark Foster said of the 2010 trip. "It was like our first tour, driving to Austin. We played shows at 9 in the morning."